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Inventor:
Aaberge; Leif
Address:
Stavanger, NO
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8220552 Method of inhibiting hydrate formation July 17, 2012
The present invention provides a method of inhibiting formation of solid hydrates in a conduit used to contain a flowing, water-containing hydrocarbon, which method comprises introducing into said hydrocarbon in said conduit a gas which raises the pressure threshold for hydrate forma
8191646 Method for protecting hydrocarbon conduits June 5, 2012
A method of protecting a hydrocarbon conduit during a period of reduced hydrocarbon flow is disclosed, where nitrogen is introduced into the conduit at a pressure of 1 to 350 bar g and at a rate of (1.5 to 35)A kg/sec (where A is the internal cross sectional area of the conduit in sq










 
 
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